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Should the west learn from Japan and send all immigrants home?

The japanese take no nonsense from immigrants no more than 3% of their population is allowed to be non japaneses and when their visa is up they kick them out. We have a back log of sponging ponces that shouldnt be here, they are lazy, useless and dangerous who breed like rats and use up precious health, welfare and education resources. We should start with all the illegal unlicensed taxi rapists in london, the police know who these people are yet let them drive uninsured, with poorly maintained cars just looking for their next victim.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Listen to Laura R. because she is right. I have been living in Japan for over 20 years now and have a Permanent Residence Visa. This does not entitle me to vote here or get a retirement pension, but that soesn't bother me. In other respects, I have the same rights as a Japanese National. I wouldn't change my nationality to Japaneses, although many foreigners do.

    In my city, there are 5000 legal Brazilians, followed by Peruvians, Chinese, Koreans. In the lower percentages there are the Australians, Americans and British. Then there is a small class categorised as "others" which include Russians and Indonesians etc.

    Then there some people who are here illegally; those are the ones the Japanese Immigration Office worries about and deports them if they catch them.

    It is hardly worth the effort, as getting a legal visa is easy enough.

    Most people agree that Japan is a better place all round due to the influence of people from other cultures (this includes the majority of Japanese who are very hospitable and kind.)

    There has been a rise in the crime rate; especially petty crime, but nothing is perfect and most serious crimes such as murder are committed by Japanese themselves.

    I think you must be referring to the Filippina "hostesses" whose visas were not renewed. The move was to target the pimps and the terrible conditions they kept these girls in, rater than to deport the girls for being aliens. It does seem a bit discriminatory as the streets of Tokyo are filled with Eastern European prostitutes and African pimps, but it was really the organized crime that was being hit and all the pimps were Japanese mafia.

    I am sorry that the immigrants in Britain are behaving so rudely. But Britain had its problems when I was living there and most of them were caused by British vandals and hooligans and rapists and killers ... not a very good example for immigrants.

    So now it seems there is a lot more violence and trouble and easier to pin the blame on minorities rather than clean up your own backyard.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't know where you got your information from but I am currently in Japan. I came in 2005. When a visa is up that person can apply for an extention. As long as the person either has a job that is sponsoring them or they are a dependent on a spouse visa then there isn't any problem. If a visa is denied they are still given 3 months to return home. I think your figures are wrong as well. Tokyo alone has more than a 3% population of foreignors.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    My problem is who provides the health care - we do the taxpayer - there are not enough jobs for ourselves or housing. I work in local government and see scarce resources spent on teaching English, and all aspects of education and welfare being spent on immigrants. They appear to get more help than the average hard up worker who is British. Something is not right. It does not add up. What most gets up my nose though is if I stood and criticised any other country, I would be at best deported at worst executed, yet every Tom, Dick and Harry who comes here voices their politcal opinion and encourage terrorists without fear of condemnation or their life and also take all the handouts they can while they are at it. Its not right. If I went to say Poland to work would the Polish Government pay benefit to MY KIDS as we do? Crazy or what

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  • 1 decade ago

    I am a part of the three percent . I`ve lived here for thirteen years and no I dont want people to start acting like the japanese immigration department .You are talking about something you know nothing about .Come to Japan and live here and see what its like .I can tell you wouldn`t last six months here.I hear enough from newcommers whining ,but from someone who hasn`t been here is too much .If you are such a staunch supporter of thier methods then come to Japan and see whats its like to get a taste of it as a 外人 gaijin . Japan is a one race nation . Keep that in mind when you start espousing the great job they do .

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think you're wrong about Japan, there is a high proportion of non-Japanese in Tokyo and in professional/commercial sector - that's in addition to the western military installations that are still there since the war.

    And your comments on immigrants in this country (UK) are plain wrong. I agree about clamping down on illegal activities - whether by immigrants or people born here - but what you say is not true. Legal migrants are an essential part of our society and economy and always have been, doing jobs and providing services that native Britons either can't or won't do. And illegal migrants are not allowed to access health & welfare services - which is why they often end up in illegal jobs.

    If we spent a fraction of the energy we spend moaning about immigrants on helping make their home countries safer and more prosperous then there would be less migration.

    I'm proud of Britain's history of welcoming people from across the world, and I think some of the others posting here should take a look in the mirror and remember we are all part of one race, the human race.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Ah! The racist far right, don't you just love 'em! just looking for somebody to hate and throw out of the country. 30 years ago the mortal enemy of the west were communists. Now China and Russia are welcome trading partners of the US and Europe and the new enemy of the West are those mad Islamic terrorists. Does the questioner really believe our welfare, education and precious health service would be any better off by expelling a very small percentage of the overall population.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I believe that we should not be accepting immigrants at all , we have our own citizens homeless and sleeping on the streets , we dont have enough housing or jobs for our own and yet Tom , Dick and Harry can come into Britain , be housed etc , something is far wrong .. Thumbs up to Japan , the head os state there should give Tony Bliar a call !

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  • 1 decade ago

    Not all immigrants. I can only speak for the UK, but I believe all commonwealth nations have a right to live in my country should they so wish, after all so many of our ancestors helped develop these nations. As for the rest of them (Eastern Europe I hope you're listening) GO HOME

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Looks like the general consensus here is to "send them home". But it's not likely to happen anytime soon because of liberal British laws governing civil rights, immigration and the slow process of the judiciary system.

    Unless Britain enforces strict entries at disembarkation points - airports, seaports - the tide will not be stemmed. Denying entries to immigrants and non bona fide visitors is the more effective way to immigration control; rather than letting them in first and deal with it later - it's bloody costly to the economy.

    You need to grow calluses on your heart... or bleed to death!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Youve got more chances of pigs flying than the UK doing that. I heard on the news yesterday something about, Police cannot even use the word Yobs now. We are too soft, in 2007 we will let all the Bulgarians and Romanians in, mark my words.

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